Nearly 300 Animals Removed From Ohio House
CLEVELAND,OH--Hundreds of animals were removed from a Ohio mans home, after neighbors complained of a smell coming from the house.
The Humane Society of Dayton, Ohio removed somewhere near 300 animals from the home in Huber Heights, a suburb of Dayton on Thursday.
The animals removed included pigeons, chickens, roosters and rabbits, the humane society removed the sick animals first, with most said to survive.
The odor was said to be bad enough that workers wore masks at the time of the removal.
There is no word on whether charges will be filed against the home owner, but authorities say he was cooperative and just got overwhelmed when he started taking in to many animals.
Reports say dogs and cats where also living in the home at the time.
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